We have a giant obsession with vintage and think you should too! Amy Kunzler, vintage expert and manager at The Nitty Gritty, gave us the inside scoop on why to buy vintage.
In the heart of Germantown, around the corner from Nachbar, in between Eiderdown and Four Pegs, and across the street from Hauck’s sits Yesternook, one of Louisville’s newer secondhand stores tucked inside the body of a former funeral home. Perhaps it’s the English major in me, or perhaps it’s...
Let us have a moment of silence and mourn this tragic fact: the Queen of Rags will be closing soon. The date is not absolutely set, but rumor on the street says halfway through March one of the coolest vintage shop on the block will close forever. No more will that cheerful pink building evoke an...
I love treasure hunting and sharing some of my favorite spots to go treasure hunting. For years, my son and I have meant to go in Crescent Hill Trading Company (which has new owners) but never happened to be near it or have time when they were open.
You never know where you'll find that gem of a dress sure to impress every eye that has pleasure of seeing it. It may be at a high-end designer boutique, or it could be in that local shop with the far less chic facade. In fashion, don't judge a book by its cover is an understatement.
Like many of my friends, I’m hooked on AMC’s Mad Men. Part of what I love about the show is the gorgeous wardrobe. While I wouldn’t choose to be a woman in the early 1960s I pine for those perfect clothes.
Driving up Bardstown Road with a girlfriend recently I caught a glimpse of a dress. Not just any dress mind you, but the cutest little yellow dress you’ve ever seen. On a perfect spring evening, it called out to me from the sidewalk rack at Queen of Rags.